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2020-01-25 21:22:04
Jamyn, Amadis
Paris: 1577. Dessin et poème autographe signé à sa muse - Librairie Le Pas Sage Livres Rares, ŒUVRES Choisies Librairie Amadis Jamyn Œuvres poétiques d'Amadis Iamyn SECONDE ÉDITION, REVUE, CORRIGÉE ET AUGMENTÉE. Notes Description SECONDE ÉDITION, REVUE, CORRIGÉE ET AUGMENTÉE. Paraît pour la première fois un Dialogue où l'un accuse l'Amour, l'autre le défend, un Jugement de Mercure sur l'Accusation d'amour, et un Remerciement d'amour. Jamyn a renommé certains poèmes et introduit de nombreuses variantes notamment dans ses Mélanges. Protéger de Ronsard, qui le mis en scène dans ses œuvres sous le nom de Corydon, Amadis Jamyn devint son secrétaire autour des années 1565, puis lecteur ordinaire de la chambre Charles IX en 1571 et vers 1573 secrétaire du roi. Le succès de ses œuvres parues pour le première fois en 1575, le place comme un auteur de premier plan et Jamyn continua à remanier ses œuvres en 1579 et 1584. Peu courant. Provenance : Timbre sec armorié de la famille Le Vicomte (Normandie) accompagné de la devise "Le Visconte e L'Enor". Paris, Mamert Patisson, 1577. , petit in-12, relie, 80 x 138 mm, 3 feuillets non chiffrés, 308 ff, 11 feuillets non chiffrés [table, privilèges]. Reliure du XVIIIe siècle, plein veau, dos à nerfs ornés de caissons et fleurons, tranches rouges, dos et mors restaurés. Bio Amadis Jamyn Amadis Jamyn (Chaource : 1540 - 11 janvier 1593) Galerie. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie le pas sage [PARIS, France]
2020-01-25 16:44:38
1577. Leggere scheda tecnica. La historia dell'huomo composta da messer Lodouico Sensi giureconsulto Perugino. Divisa in tre libri ... Con le Rime del medesimo autore. Et con la tauola di tutti i capi principali contenuti in tutta l'opera. In Perugia, Per Baldo Saluiani vinetiano, 1577 Copertina rigida in tutta pergamena non coeva internamente buone condizioni generali con leggere fioriture sparse, 7 pagine con piccola macchiolina all'angolo superiore esterno, formato 22 x 15,5 pagine XVI + 272 + 56 + carta bianca.
Bookseller: pagineantiche (leantichecarte) [Carelli, IT]
2020-01-23 23:57:14
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2020-01-22 08:10:36
Ricordo D'Agricoltura Camillo Tarello da Lonato edito nel 1577 in Mantova presso Giacomo Ruffiniello, Il Tarello fu importante agronomo italiano, originario del bresciano dove aveva un fondo in località Marcina di Gavardo, dove morì nel 1573. Insieme ad Agostino Gallo fu uno dei più celebri agronomi lombardi del XVI secolo. Ottima edizione sulla prima del 1567. Scottoni disse nell' edizione settecentesca che curò dell' opera: E' riuscita vana ogni mia opera per procacciarmi notizie intorno alla vita e alle vicende di un uomo che io considero il vero riformatore dell'agricoltura italiana". Rara opera, buone condizioni generali visibili in fotografia, minimi segni di tarlo estinto visibili nelle foto riguardanti le ultime due pagine, legatura cartonata. Dedica all'opera in antiporta risalente al 1819. Vedesi foto e per ulteriori non esitate a contattarmi. Più volte ristampato nel mezzo secolo successivo alla prima edizione, il Ricordo fu fatto oggetto di nuova attenzione nel secondo Settecento, quando la tecnica colturale sperimentata dall'autore nel suo podere di Gavardo fu riscoperta e messa in pratica, dando avvio alla moderna riforma agraria. L'invenzione, semplice ma rivoluzionaria, per la quale Tarello ottenne nel 1565 un privilegio del Senato veneto che gli conferiva la facoltà di pattuire un compenso con quanti volessero avvalersi della sua consulenza, consisteva nel ridurre le superfici a grano per sostituirne una parte con prati di trifoglio, in modo tale da poter riservare alla parte coltivata a frumento una maggior quantità di lavoro e, nello stesso tempo, di pote … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: britannicobook [Ponte Zanano, IT]
2020-01-21 14:11:32
BELLI, Francesco (1577-1644), Osservazioni nel viaggio di D. Francesco Belli. Venezia Giovanni Pietro Pinelli 1632 In 4to; legatura in cartonato con nervi passanti di metà Settecento; pp. (12), 189, (1), (2 bianche). Marca tipografica al titolo. Firma di appartenenza cassata sul titolo. Esemplare a tratti un po' brunito e fiorito, ma nel complesso fresco e genuino.RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE dedicata dall'autore a Girolamo Diedo (Venezia, 26 maggio, 1632)."Nel complesso dell'attività del Belli le pagine più vive restano le Osservazioni sul viaggio in Olanda e in Francia (pubblicate a Venezia nel 1632), iniziato nel maggio del '26 da Rotta Sabadina nel Polesine al seguito di Giorgio Zorzi, ambasciatore in Olanda, e conclusosi sulle rive dell'Oceano. Il Belli accenna nel libro ai luoghi più pittoreschi del suo itinerario: Verona, Desenzano, Bergamo, Lecco, Como; con tocchi delicati descrive il lago di Lugano e ricorda singolari incontri con gustosa vivacità , come quello avvenuto prima di arrivare a Bellinzona ("dove non si conoscono ladri, perché le merci stanno dì e notte sopra le pubbliche strade") con due guardie disarmate e un placidissimo malandrino avviato alla galera. La narrazione del Belli, benché quasi sempre contenuta nei limiti della scarna relazione, è piena di osservazioni su interessanti costumi locali; talvolta, con spirito di curioso osservatore, ci svela la sua spiccata sensibilità barocca, quando, ad esempio, si sofferma sulla fattura "bizzarra" delle case degli Svizzeri (p. 16). In genere, però, le descrizioni del paesaggio sono sommarie e tutto viene ridotto al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, IT]
2020-01-20 10:54:23
Jamyn, Amadis / Peletier du Mans, Jacques
Paris: 1577. Dessin et poème autographe signé à sa muse - Librairie Le Pas Sage Livres Rares, ŒUVRES Choisies Librairie DE LA PRESTIGIEUSE BIBLIOTHÈQUE DU DUC DE LAVALLIÈRE Amadis Jamyn Jacques Peletier du Mans Les Treize derniers livres de L'Iliade suivi du premier et seconde livre de L'odissée PREMIÈRE ÉDITION FRANÇAISE COMPLÈTE des 13 derniers livres de L'Iliade d'Homère. Notes Description PREMIÈRE ÉDITION FRANÇAISE COMPLÈTE des 13 derniers livres de L'Iliade d'Homère. La traduction de L'Iliade fut commencée par Hugues Salel vers 1540, qui publia à Paris en 1545 chez Vincent Sertenas, Les dix premiers livres de l'Iliade d'Homère. La traduction fut interrompue par sa mort en 1553 et Olivier Magny publia de façon posthume les livres XI, XII et XIII jusqu'au vers 28. Amadis Jamyn entreprit de continuer la traduction de Salel publiant chez Breyer en 1574, La Continuation de l'Iliade d'Homère, formée des livres XII à XVI, et, en 1577, Les Treize derniers livres de L'Iliade d'Homère, second volume des Vingt-quatre livres de L'Iliade. Cette première édition complète, dite seconde édition revue et corrigée, commence par plusieurs poèmes liminaires louant la traduction de Jamyn : un poème de G. Vallens Guelluis (l'Abbé de Pimpont), Ode par Monsieur de Ronsard, Ode de l'auteur au Roy. On trouve à la suite un version revue et corrigées de Le Premier et le Second livres de L'Odissée d'Homère par Jacques Peltier du Mans, parue pour la première fois en 1547 dans les Œuvres Poétiques de l'auteur chez Vascosan. EXEMPLAIRE PROVENANT DE LA PRESTIGIEUSE BIBLIOTHÈQUE DU DUC DE LAVALLIÈRE Lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie le pas sage [PARIS, France]
2020-01-19 19:48:13
1577. Familiae Romanae quae reperiuntur in antiquis numismatibus ab urbe condita ad tempora divi Augusti. Ex Bibliotheca Fulvii Ursini. Adiunctis Familiis XXX ex libro Antoni Augustini Ep. Ilerdensis.
Bookseller: paolo7463 [Brugherio, Italy]
2020-01-19 14:00:08
1577. [Medicina-Macerata] (cm.15,2) bella piena pergamena antica manoscritta realizzata con foglio di codice membranaceo.-- cc.87+3cc. nn. L' ultima delle quali con xilografia entro cornice ovale che rappresenta una deposizione di Gesù. Testo entro cornice, fregi e capilettera ornati. Edizione originale rarissima apparsa sia con data 1576 che 1577. Questa datata 1577 è presente, secondo Iccu, in solo 4 biblioteche italiane, mentre l' altra datata 1576 è in 9 biblioteche. Manca a Bm. Stc., Adams, Choix, Wellcome e Waller. Il tipografo Martellini fu il primo stabile in Macerata, città della quale nel 1571 stampò gli statuti. Questa nostra edizione fun poi ristampata anche dai Giunti di Firenze nel 1577. Contiene una raccolta di testi, la cui scelta si deve a Marco Gonzaga Vescovo di Mantova, con cause e rimedi della malattia; inoltre le carte da 69 a 74 contengono: " Litaniae et preces jussu D. Gregorii Papae XIII.". Qualche lieve alone marginale ma esemplare bello e nitido. * Fumagalli " Lexicon Typographicum " Pag. 196; * Durling " National Library of Medicine " n° 900.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, Italy]
2020-01-17 12:46:38
1577 - Vangelo secondo Giovanni - Ian. Feri - Roma. Pergamena. Spedito con Posta raccomandata standard.
Bookseller: regnodinapoli52 [Mugnano di Napoli, IT]
2020-01-16 17:41:10
Cornelis CORT (Hoorn, nr Alkmaar, 1533 - Roma, prima del 22 Aprile 1578)
Bulino, 1577, firmato e datato in lastra in basso al centro. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Zanguidi detto il Bertoja. Esemplare nel secondo stato di quattro con l'indirizzo dell'editore Lorenzo Vaccari. Bellissima prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera traduce in rame un dipinto del Bertoja andato perduto, come descritto da De Grazia. In precedenza, l'errata attribuzione dell'iscrizione Iacobus parmen. Inven, aveva fatto risalire l'opera ad un dipinto di Jacopo Palma. Manfred Sellink descrive un solo esemplare di primo stato, a Berlino, andato perduto durante la seconda Guerra Mondiale. Engraving, 1577, signed and dated at lower center. After Jacopo Zanguidi called Bertoja. Example of the second state of four with the address of the publisher Lorenzo Vaccari. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, in very god conditions. The work translates a lost painting of Bertoja, as described by De Grazia. Previously, the erroneous attribution, had traced the work after a painting by Jacopo Palma. Manfred Sellink describes a single copy of the first state, in Berlin, that was lost during the Second World War. The New Hollstein, II, p. 145, 113 II/IV; TIB 52, 131; Witcombe, Print Publishing in Sixteenth-Century Rome, p. 343, 5.37.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 02:35:03
1577. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Quando si ordina dagli Stati Uniti, i pacchi possono essere soggetti a tasse di importazione e dazi doganali, che l'acqirente è tenuto a pagare.Discours Sur Les Moyens De Bien Gouverner Anti-machiavelli 1577 Politica Storia Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. DISCOURS SUR LES MOYENS DE BIEN GOUVERNER anti-Machiavelli 1577 Storia della politica 36561Gentillet, Innocent DISCOURS SUR LES MOYENS DE BIEN GOUVERNER E MAINTENIR EN BONNE PAIX UN ROYAMUE...CONTRE NICOLAS MACHIAVEL FLORENTIN Sottotitoli36561, _3,2 Gentillet salvato, Innocent VG Hardcover Pagine841, 1, 14, 6 titolo xilografia e colophon Jacob Stoer Geneva 1577 2nd Edition [Ginevra: Jacob Stoer], 1577."Seconde Edition Reveue."Sm 8vo, pergamena contemporanea; usura minimale, solida e diritta. Contenuto pulito. Colophon inciso. Discorsi su come governare bene (1576), noto come Anti-Machiavelli, è un trattato riformato Innocente Gentillet. Il titolo è: Discorso su come governare bene e mantenere la pace in un Regno o in un altro Principato [...] Contro Machiavelli Nicolas Florentin. Montaigne allude a questo e lo colloca lungo le "Sculture di Machiavelli...". "Il Principe è stato ritenuto responsabile della corruzione politica francese e del contributo diffuso a qualsiasi numero di vizi politici e morali. L'interpretazione di The Prince di Gentillet come sostenitore della spietatezza e del … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poor Man's Books Kenny Parolini (kenpa) [Vineland, New Jersey, US]
2020-01-15 18:12:50
Georg BRAUN & Franz HOGENBERG
1577. "La veduta in alto e rappresenta la città di Vienna e comprende con due stemmi ai latl cartiglio con titolo. In primo piano, su una strada che conduce alla città, una carrozza trainata da cavalli e un cavaliere in armatura. La seconda veduta è la città di Budapest, con diverse figure in primo piano. L'opera è inserita nel ""Civitates Orbis Terrarum"", il primo atlante devoto esclusivamente alle piante e vedute delle principali città del mondo. Stampato in sei volumi tra il 1572 ed il 1617 ebbe grande fortuna e diffusione, tanto che ne furono stampate diverse edizioni tradotte in latino, tedesco e francese. Nel 1572, a Colonia, George Braun (1541-1622), chierico della città, pubblica il primo dei sei volumi del ""Civitates Orbis Terrarum"", che contiene - in totale - oltre 500 prospettive, viste a volo d'uccello e mappe di città di tutto il mondo, il cui ultimo volume fu pubblicato nel 1617. Fransz Hogenberg (1535-1590) realizzò le tavole per i primi quattro libri, e Simon van den Neuwel (Novellanus, attivo dal 1580) quelli per i volumi V e VI. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione." Two views of the cities of Wien and Budapest, in Austria and Hungary. The top view is of Vienna with coats of arms flanking the cartouche. In the foreground, on a road leading to the city is a horse-drawn carriage and a knight in full armor. The bottom view is of Budapest with several Elizabethan figures in the foreground. This work is part of the Civitates Orbis Terrarum, the first atlas entirely dedicated to city plans and views of the main cities … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-14 15:44:29
Sammelband mit 4 seltenen
1577. (18 × 11,5 cm). Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit reicher figürlicher Rollen- und Platten-Blindprägung sowie handschriftlichen Rückentiteln. Enthalten sind: 1. (Muhammad Ibn Sirin). Apomasaris apotelesmata, sive de significatis et eventis insomniorum, ex Indorum, Persarum, Aegyptiorumque disciplina. Frankfurt. Wechel. 1577. (16 (2 w)) 405 (10) S. - Erste Ausgabe des berühmten "Traumbuchs" nach der Lehre der Inder, Perser und Ägypter. - Der im 8. Jahrhundert nach Christus lebende sunnitische Gelehrte Muhammad Ibn Sirin al-Ansari ist besonders durch sein Werk über Traumdeutung "Taabir-ul-Ru'aya" (Was Träume bedeuten) bekannt geworden. Das Original ist jedoch abhanden gekommen. Es existiert lediglich die vorliegende Ausgabe sowie eine spätere Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Der Mathematiker und Astronom Albumasar gilt als der bedeutendste persische Astrologe, mit großem Einfluss auf die Entstehung des astrologischen Weltbildes im Mittelalter. - VD16 A1204; Adams A 1326; Caillet I, 153 ("Rarissime" und unter Albumazar Abalachus); Wellcome I, 155; Rosenthal BMP 1959; Hayn-Gotendorf I, 101 (Anm.); Graesse BMP 97. - 2. Scribonius, Wilhelm Adolph. Rerum physicarum, iuxta leges logicas methodica explicatio. Frankfurt. Wechel. 1577. 107 (5 (2w)) S. - Äußerst seltene erste Ausgabe der Naturlehre des in Marburg promovierten Mediziners und Philosophen, der sich besonders als Hexentheoretiker hervorgetan hat. Er bringt hier auch seine magischen Vorstellungen zum Ausdruck. "In (his preface) Scribonius declares that God did not create the world indirectly throu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2020-01-13 13:31:00
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2020-01-08 16:44:24
LUIS DE GRANADA (1504-1588)
Rome: (Giuseppe de gl'Angeli for) Giovanni Baptista d' Cavalleri & Lorenzo Oderico "conpagni" [sic], 1577. Rome: (Giuseppe de gl'Angeli for) Giovanni Baptista d' Cavalleri & Lorenzo Oderico "conpagni" [sic], 1577. 4to (198 x 140 mm). [12], "176" [i.e., 276] pp. Engraved allegorical title and 21 full-page engravings, woodcut head- and tailpieces, initials, and printer's device at end. Light foxing and staining, title-leaf and its conjugate discreetly reinforced at gutter, a few small marginal tears or small wormholes, lower forecorners of ff. Q4, R1 and R2 clipped, catching extreme outer corner of engraving on R2v. Contemporary flexible parchment, manuscript title on spine, lower edge ink-lettered "PR"; front endleaves and lower pastedown renewed. *** Rare edition of an illustrated guide to the mysteries of the rosary, first printed in 1573 at the same press. The text, compiled by Andrea Giannetti (or Zannetti, d. 1575) from the spiritual writings of the Spanish Dominican, principally his Libro de la oracion y meditacion (1st ed. 1554), is a series of meditations on the 15 mysteries, divided into the traditional three sections of the joyful, sorrowful and glorious rosaries (gaudioso, doloroso, glorioso), devoted respectively to the Annunciation, Nativity and childhood of Christ; the Passion; and the Resurrection, Assumption, Pentecost and Coronation of the Virgin. The use of narrative images to assist meditation on the rosary was already well established. Here, each of the three sections is illustrated with five large engravings, one for each mystery, and with a prelimina … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-01-06 10:18:22
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2020-01-05 09:56:09
LUIS DE GRANADA (1504-1588)
Rome: (Giuseppe de gl'Angeli for) Giovanni Baptista d' Cavalleri & Lorenzo Oderico "conpagni" [sic], 1577. 4to (198 x 140 mm). [12], "176" [i.e., 276] pp. Engraved allegorical title and 21 full-page engravings, woodcut head- and tailpieces, initials, and printer's device at end. Light foxing and staining, title-leaf and its conjugate discreetly reinforced at gutter, a few small marginal tears or small wormholes, lower forecorners of ff. Q4, R1 and R2 clipped, catching extreme outer corner of engraving on R2v. Contemporary flexible parchment, manuscript title on spine, lower edge ink-lettered "PR"; front endleaves and lower pastedown renewed. *** Rare edition of an illustrated guide to the mysteries of the rosary, first printed in 1573 at the same press. The text, compiled by Andrea Giannetti (or Zannetti, d. 1575) from the spiritual writings of the Spanish Dominican, principally his Libro de la oracion y meditacion (1st ed. 1554), is a series of meditations on the 15 mysteries, divided into the traditional three sections of the joyful, sorrowful and glorious rosaries (gaudioso, doloroso, glorioso), devoted respectively to the Annunciation, Nativity and childhood of Christ; the Passion; and the Resurrection, Assumption, Pentecost and Coronation of the Virgin. The use of narrative images to assist meditation on the rosary was already well established. Here, each of the three sections is illustrated with five large engravings, one for each mystery, and with a preliminary allegorical engraving of a rosebush, with a central branch-enclosed hollow enclosing an emblem of the ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-01-04 12:37:43
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-12-31 08:53:32
LUIS DE GRANADA (1504-1588).
Rome: (Giuseppe de gl'Angeli for) Giovanni Baptista d' Cavalleri & Lorenzo Oderico "conpagni" [sic], 1576-1577. 4to (198 x 140 mm). [12], "176" [i.e., 276] pp. Engraved allegorical title and 21 full-page engravings, woodcut head- and tailpieces, initials, and printer's device at end. Light foxing and staining, title-leaf and its conjugate discreetly reinforced at gutter, a few small marginal tears or small wormholes, lower forecorners of ff. Q4, R1 and R2 clipped, catching extreme outer corner of engraving on R2v. Contemporary flexible parchment, manuscript title on spine, lower edge ink-lettered "PR"; front endleaves and lower pastedown renewed. *** Rare edition of an illustrated guide to the mysteries of the rosary, first printed in 1573 at the same press. The text, compiled by Andrea Giannetti (or Zannetti, d. 1575) from the spiritual writings of the Spanish Dominican, principally his Libro de la oracion y meditacion (1st ed. 1554), is a series of meditations on the 15 mysteries, divided into the traditional three sections of the joyful, sorrowful and glorious rosaries (gaudioso, doloroso, glorioso), devoted respectively to the Annunciation, Nativity and childhood of Christ; the Passion; and the Resurrection, Assumption, Pentecost and Coronation of the Virgin. The use of narrative images to assist meditation on the rosary was already well established. Here, each of the three sections is illustrated with five large engravings, one for each mystery, and with a preliminary allegorical engraving of a rosebush, with a central branch-enclosed hollow enclosing an emblem of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2019-12-24 06:33:04
Verdizotti, Giovanni Mario.
1577. Venice: Giordano Ziletti, 1577. 4to, (4), 301, (8, index)pp. Architectural woodcut title border with Ziletti's device, woodcut of an astrologer and 100 woodcut illustrations by Verdizotti. Early Italian polished calf, central blindstamp probably just decorative, gilt supralibros on upper cover of crossed keys (Papal?). A little worn and scuffed, joints repaired, but a very respectable copy of a rare and very important book. § Second Ziletti edition (third overall) of Verdizotti's fables; he is mainly remembered for his friendship with Titian. "Ziletti notes that Verdizotti made use of Gabriello Faerno's Fabulae centum (Rome, 1563). Faerno's hundredth fable is that of the man, the boy, and the donkey, used by Verdizotti to preface his collection. The Faerno engravings are said to be after Titian, and some of Verdizotti's designs are also attributed to Titian." See Adams V-401 (same collation as the 1570 edition); Brunet V:1130; Mortimer Italian 523. The provenance of this copy is of interest: the front pastedown bears the ink inscription "H.I.R. Giovanni Pandolfi Eysenmans" and beneath "Vedizelli" in the same hand, also the green leather bookplate of Georges Flore and Genevieve Dubois, a small white bookplate being a line drawing of two doves (?), and finally a bookseller's label "Lamy, pp., Grande-Rue, 35, à Poligny" which is north of Geneva and west of Bern near the Swiss border.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2019-12-18 08:51:28
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-12-12 20:18:27
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-12-12 11:04:51
Varthema, Lodovico di.
London, Richard Jugge, 1577. 4to. (10), 466, (6) ff. With historiated woodcut initials. Splendid modern full navy blue morocco, bands on spine with title showing faded gilt, covers double-ruled gilt. The first English edition of Ludovico di Varthema's famous travels to Arabia, Persia, and India: the highly important and adventurous narrative containing the first recorded visit of a westerner to Mecca. All early editions of Varthema’s "Itinerario" are exceedingly rare (even the 2013 Hajj exhibition at the MIA, Doha, only featured the 1654 reprint; cf. below). - Varthema, a gentleman adventurer and soldier from Bologna, left Venice at the end of 1502. In 1503 he reached Alexandria and ascended the Nile to Cairo, continuing to Beirut, Tripoli, Aleppo and Damascus, where, adopting Islam and taking the name of Yunas, he joined a Mameluke escort of a Hajj caravan and began the pilgrimage to Mecca. Varthema was amazed by what he observed: "Truly I never saw so many people collected in one spot as during the twenty days I remained there", he begins, and arriving at the Great Mosque, continues, "it would not be possible to describe the sweetness and the fragrances which are smelt within this temple." Thanks to his knowledge of Arabic and Islam, Varthema was able to appreciate the local culture of the places he visited. Impressed and fascinated, he describes not only rites and rituals, but also social, geographical, and day-to-day details. "I determined, personally, and with my own eyes", he declares in the prefatory dedication, "to ascertain the situation of places, the qualities of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-12-02 09:59:43
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-12-01 16:42:15
Ingolstat, Sartorium 1577. In-8° cm. 22 pp. 10 nn. 841 con gli angoli esterni superiori degli ultimi 8 fogli erosi con lievi mancanze di testo. Legatura in piena pelle di scrofa coeva riquadrature dui piatti e completamente ornate da piccole incisioni. conservata una delle due chiusure metalliche. Tracce del tempo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Gullà [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2019-11-24 15:40:06
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-11-23 16:03:06
HAY, John.
First edition, in Latin, of a very important collection of about 55 letters and other documents written between 1577 and 1601, the largest part concerning Jesuit activities in Japan, with a smaller but substantial part devoted to Korea, several concerning China and India and single items concerning the missions in Peru, Mexico and the Philippines. It was compiled by John Hay (1546-1607), who translated some of the items himself and added prefaces to some.Included are some rare accounts written by Japanese Christians, such as Michael Chijiwa Seizayemon, Sanico Nobuaki, Protasius, the Daimyo of Omura, the Daimyo of Arima and others. There are several accounts by the Jesuit missionary Luís Frois, including an extensive letter on Japan and a letter from Nagasaki. Also included is a short general history of Japan. The letters and reports give a general overview of Jesuit mission activities, especially in the 1590s.With ownership stamps on the back of the title-page and the first back endpaper. Binding soiled but still good.Browned throughout, especially the title page, and somewhat soiled in the margins. Endpapers at the back with a large water stain and some holes. Lacking 3S4 (blank) and 3T1-3T2, the latter two present in facsimile. A fair copy.Cordier, Japonica, cols. 246-248; Palau 112581; Sabin 31016..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-23 13:58:22
De SOTO, Petrus
Antuerpiæ: P. Bellerum, 1577. 1577 JESUIT Confessional Antwerp Belgium Confession Methodus Confessionis RARE'Methodus Confessionis' is a rare 16th-century religious manual written to teach Christians how to live moral lives through confession, prayer, abstinence, and scriptural reading. Authorship of this work is a bit ambiguous, often being attributed to both Petrus de Soto and Claude de Viexmont. This work is also mentioned in the de Backer Jesuit Bibliography, as an important Jesuit devotional.Item number: #8712Price: $599De SOTO, PetrusMethodus confessionis seu verius doctrinæ pietatisque Christianæ præcipuorum capitum epitomeAntuerpiæ : Apud P. Bellerum, 1577.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso 192, 58, [2]· Reference: USTC 406373; Adams S 1512; de Backer VI, 941· Language: Latin· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm)· Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide at presentOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!8712Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [United States]
2019-11-20 02:48:36
Mercuriale, Girolamo
Paris, Jacques Du Puys, 1577. (4) 201 (i.e. 200) (13) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, 4° (Text block slightly browned throughout, a few pages are slightly worn in the margins due to extensive use, bottom spine-end split at one side. The best known work of Italian physician and philologist Girolamo Mercuriale (1530-1606). First published in 1569 it was the first complete text on the subject of exercise in relation to health and medicine, being reffered to as the first sports textbook. In this work he examines in extensive detail the principles and rules of exercise. It is also a history of the attitudes and practices of the Greeks and Romans in regard to diet, hygiene, bathing, and exercise, and their effects on health and disease. Mercuriale quotes more than 120 works from Greek and Roman authors. He was 'particularly interested in how specific exercises affected specific diseases and was one of the first therapists to suggest that exercise can be helpful or harmful depending on its use, duration, and intensity. On the basis of research, he recommends or prohibits physical activities, describes them in detail, suggests proper equipment, and outlines training schedules and techniques. Illustrated with 22 woodcut illustrations and 1 folding plan, depicting various sports such as boxing, swimming and discus throw. The work is bound in a richly blind-stamped binding featuring on the front cover the coat of arms of the city Strassbourg (Germany) and on the back cover a portrait of Christoph, Duke of Württemberg. A nice and complete copy of this import … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2019-11-20 01:31:15
De SOTO, Petrus
P. Bellerum. 1577 JESUIT Confessional Antwerp Belgium Confession Methodus Confessionis RARE ‘Methodus Confessionis’ is a rare 16th-century religious manual written to teach Christians how to live moral lives through confession, prayer, abstinence, and scriptural reading. Authorship of this work is a bit ambiguous, often being attributed to both Petrus de Soto and Claude de Viexmont. This work is also mentioned in the de Backer Jesuit Bibliography, as an important Jesuit devotional. Item number: #8712 Price: $599 De SOTO, Petrus Methodus confessionis seu verius doctrinæ pietatisque Christianæ præcipuorum capitum epitome Antuerpiæ : Apud P. Bellerum, 1577. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages 192, 58, [2] Reference: USTC 406373; Adams S 1512; de Backer VI, 941 Language: Latin Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm) Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 8712 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-11-17 10:43:28
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-11-17 00:15:06
GOOD CONDITION. ANTIQUE 1577 BOOK ADRIANTI TUR- NEBI PHILOSOPHIAE, ET GRAECARUM LITERARUM REGII profefforis, commetarius in libru primum carminum Horatij. M.ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot. Printed in Paris in 1577. 1ST EDITION, Leather binding. 419 pages Size: 6,25'' x 4,25'' x 1'' REF: db090203. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Norman Fine Art Collection (normanfinearts) [Tallinn, EE]
2019-11-16 07:42:04
Debucourt, Philibert Louis (1755 - Paris - 1832)
Aquatinta von vier Platten in Schwarz, Blau, Rot und Gelb, nach P.P. Rubens (1577-1640) um 1622/25, auf Velin. 46:33,5 cm. Publié par Bance & Aumont M.ds Estampes à Paris, Déposé à la Direction. - Randeinriß rechts restauriert, Knickfalte links oben geglättet, leicht stockfleckig. Literatur: Fenaille, Ss. 257/58; nicht bei Le Blanc. Ausgezeichneter, farbfrischer Druck mit ca. 2 cm breitem Rand um die Plattenkante. Susanna Lunden war Rubens Schwägerin, die Schwester seiner zweiten Frau Helena, geb. Fourment. Obwohl auch als Maler tätig, war Debucourt in erster Linie ein sehr bekannter und innovativer Farbstecher. Neben Jean Francois Janinet (1752-1814) ist er der bekannteste der französ. Farbenstecher.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2019-11-15 14:00:05
JUNIUS (Adrien).
Antverpiae, Ex Officina Christophori Plantini, 1577. in-8. 4ff. 432pp. 35ff. Plein veau, encadrement doré sur les plats avec fleuron en leur centre et dos à nerfs orné (accident à la coiffe supérieure, coiffe inférieure restaurée anciennement). Deuxième édition, et la première imprimée par Plantin, de ce fameux dictionnaire polyglotte de mots savants classés par sujets et traduits en grec, allemand, hollandais, français, italien et espagnol. Exemplaire portant la signature ancienne "G Dubois" sur le titre. Selon une mention manuscrite ancienne, il pourrait avoir appartenu à l'écrivain et traducteur poitevin Philippe Goibaud Dubois (1626-1694), de l'Académie Française. Très bon exemplaire agréablement relié à l'époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-11-10 10:55:07
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-11-05 18:54:04
Verdizotti, Giovanni Mario.
4to. Venice: Giordano Ziletti, 1577. 4to, (4), 301, (8, index)pp. Architectural woodcut title border with Ziletti's device, woodcut of an astrologer and 100 woodcut illustrations by Verdizotti. Early Italian polished calf, central blindstamp probably just decorative, gilt supralibros on upper cover of crossed keys (Papal?). A little worn and scuffed but a very respectable copy of a rare and very important book. § Second Ziletti edition (third overall) of Verdizotti's fables; he is mainly remembered for his friendship with Titian. “Ziletti notes that Verdizotti made use of Gabriello Faerno's Fabulae centum (Rome, 1563). Faerno's hundredth fable is that of the man, the boy, and the donkey, used by Verdizotti to preface his collection. The Faerno engravings are said to be after Titian, and some of Verdizotti's designs are also attributed to Titian.” See Adams V-401 (same collation as the 1570 edition); Brunet V:1130; Mortimer Italian 523. The provenance of this copy is of interest: the front pastedown bears the ink inscription “H.I.R. Giovanni Pandolfi Eysenmans” and beneath “Vedizelli” in the same hand, also the green leather bookplate of Georges Flore and Genevieve Dubois, a small white bookplate being a line drawing of two doves (?), and finally a bookseller's label “Lamy, pp., Grande-Rue, 35, à Poligny” which is north of Geneva and west of Bern near the Swiss border.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [US]
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2019-11-02 23:44:51
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-11-02 17:09:18
Mercuriale, Girolamo
Paris, Jacques Du Puys, 1577. (4) 201 (i.e. 200) (13) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, 4° (Text block slightly browned throughout, a few pages are slightly worn in the margins due to extensive use, bottom spine-end split at one side. The best known work of Italian physician and philologist Girolamo Mercuriale (1530-1606). First published in 1569 it was the first complete text on the subject of exercise in relation to health and medicine, being reffered to as the first sports textbook. In this work he examines in extensive detail the principles and rules of exercise. It is also a history of the attitudes and practices of the Greeks and Romans in regard to diet, hygiene, bathing, and exercise, and their effects on health and disease. Mercuriale quotes more than 120 works from Greek and Roman authors. He was 'particularly interested in how specific exercises affected specific diseases and was one of the first therapists to suggest that exercise can be helpful or harmful depending on its use, duration, and intensity. On the basis of research, he recommends or prohibits physical activities, describes them in detail, suggests proper equipment, and outlines training schedules and techniques. Illustrated with 22 woodcut illustrations and 1 folding plan, depicting various sports such as boxing, swimming and discus throw. The work is bound in a richly blind-stamped binding featuring on the front cover the coat of arms of the city Strassbourg (Germany) and on the back cover a portrait of Christoph, Duke of Württemberg. A nice and complete copy of this impor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
2019-10-30 05:51:05
1577. A COLLECTION OF 21 VERY RARE PAPAL BULLS FROM 16TH CENTURY ITALY - The Complete List follows - More Photos are available upon request. 1) POPE SAINT PIUS V (1504-1572). Lecta in die Coenae Domini, anno MDLXVII. Bologna: Apud Ioannem Rossium, 1577. The papal bull, In Coenae Domini, for the year 1567, issued by Pope Saint Pius V. In Coenae Domini was a recurrent papal bull issued on the Feast of Holy Thursday which was a statement of ecclesiastical censures against various sins and crimes. St. Carlo Borromeo had copies of the Bull posted in all the confessionals in Milan for use by confessors. The Bull of 1567 begins with an excommunication of Husites, Wyfcliffites, Lutherans, Zwinglians, Hugonauts, and Anabaptists. Other persons censured in the document include pirates and all at sea who plunder and steal, as well as Christians mercenary soliders who hire themselves out to Turks and other Muslim kingdoms. The Bull also reasserts eccelesiastical rights over certain aspects of the civil order, which are but ensured that Catholic sovereigns would not allow it to be promulgated in their lands. Quite rare, with only two copies found worldwide. 4to, 10pp. Unbound as issued. Browned, with a few creases and nicks to edges. 2) POPE PIUS IV (1499-1565). Revocatio omnium indulgentiarum, quaestarum, & aliarum facultatum, quae deferuntur per commissarios, cum reductione illarum ad visitantes personaliter Ecclesias originale. Rome: [Antonio Blado?], 1561. Dated 7 May. Large and attractively printed broadside which orders the revocation of numerous indulgences, an attempt to stem the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zinos Books (npzinos) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-10-27 21:01:21
JUNIUS (Adrien).
100308 JUNIUS (Adrien). Nomenclator, Omnium Rerum Propria Nomina variis linguis ex 1577 JUNIUS (Adrien). Nomenclator, Omnium Rerum Propria Nomina variis linguis explicata indicans; multo quâm antea emendatior ac locupletior. Antverpiae, Ex Officina Christophori Plantini, 1577. in-8. 4ff. 432pp. 35ff. Plein veau, encadrement doré sur les plats avec fleuron en leur centre et dos à nerfs orné (accident à la coiffe supérieure, coiffe inférieure restaurée anciennement). Deuxième édition, et la première imprimée par Plantin, de ce fameux dictionnaire polyglotte de mots savants classés par sujets et traduits en grec, allemand, hollandais, français, italien et espagnol. Exemplaire portant la signature ancienne "G Dubois" sur le titre. Selon une mention manuscrite ancienne, il pourrait avoir appartenu à l'écrivain et traducteur poitevin Philippe Goibaud Dubois (1626-1694), de l'Académie Française. Très bon exemplaire agréablement relié à l'époque.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2019-10-25 19:30:59
ORDENANZAS DE MEXICO
1577. [Manuscrito] México, segunda mitad del siglo XVIII. En 8º mayor (220 x 144)mm. 1 bl., (38) hojas. Tres primeras hojas con portadillas orladas, ilustraciones y diagramas, adornos caligráficos. Interesante manuscrito que contiene copia de las Ordenanzas del virrey de la Nueva España, Antonio de Mendoza, sobre la forma de medir tierras, sitios, criaderos de ganados mayores y menores, y haciendas; con la confirmación y adiciones de Gaspar de Peralta en 1577. A partir de la hoja 24: "Forma de medir tierras por cavalleros, medias, tercias, quartas, suertes, sitios, almúdes, fanegas, criaderos de ganados mayores y menores: en conformidad de lo ordenado en Cavildo de México año de 1712 resulta del de 1716".Copia de las ordenanzas [corroboradas y añadidas] que se hicieron y pronunciaron por los S.S. Oydores, Cabildo, y Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de México siendo Virrey y Gobernador y Capitán General de esta Nueva España y Presidente de la Real Audiencia de esta Corte El Exmo. Sr. D. Antonio de Mendoza. Las quales fueron publicadas en la Plaza pública de esta Ciudad el martes 4 de julio de 1536 años por Juan Montilla Pregonero público.Contiene:- Ordenanzas del Marqués virrey de Fades sobre la categoría de diferentes suertes de tierras (sitios, criaderos, caballerías, solar), sus medidas y las atenciones que debían seguirse en dichas mediciones. México, 17 de febrero de 1577. (folios 4 a 23)- Forma de medir tierras por Cavalleros, medias, tercias, quartas, Suertes, Sitios, Almùdes, fanegas, Criaderos de Ganados mayores y menores: en conformidad de lo ordenado en Cavildo de México … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería José Porrúa Turanzas S.A. [Madrid, Spain]
2019-10-25 10:27:45
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-10-24 23:52:10
Verdizotti, Giovanni Mario.
1577. Venice: Giordano Ziletti, 1577. 4to, (4), 301, (8, index)pp. Architectural woodcut title border with Ziletti's device, woodcut of an astrologer and 100 woodcut illustrations by Verdizotti. Early Italian polished calf, central blindstamp probably just decorative, gilt supralibros on upper cover of crossed keys (Papal?). A little worn and scuffed, joints repaired, but a very respectable copy of a rare and very important book. § Second Ziletti edition (third overall) of Verdizotti's fables; he is mainly remembered for his friendship with Titian. "Ziletti notes that Verdizotti made use of Gabriello Faerno's Fabulae centum (Rome, 1563). Faerno's hundredth fable is that of the man, the boy, and the donkey, used by Verdizotti to preface his collection. The Faerno engravings are said to be after Titian, and some of Verdizotti's designs are also attributed to Titian." See Adams V-401 (same collation as the 1570 edition); Brunet V:1130; Mortimer Italian 523. The provenance of this copy is of interest: the front pastedown bears the ink inscription "H.I.R. Giovanni Pandolfi Eysenmans" and beneath "Vedizelli" in the same hand, also the green leather bookplate of Georges Flore and Genevieve Dubois, a small white bookplate being a line drawing of two doves (?), and finally a bookseller's label "Lamy, pp., Grande-Rue, 35, à Poligny" which is north of Geneva and west of Bern near the Swiss border.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2019-10-18 02:21:49
Edition originale 1577 16 eme siècle livre ancien Latin ADRIANNI TURNEBI PHILOSOPHIAE M. ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot TITRE: ADRIANNI TURNEBI PHILOSOPHIAE LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Paris, 1577 COLLATION: 432 pages, complet FORMAT: (16 x 10,5cm x 2,5 cm) RELIURE: Reliures Cuir. ILLUSTRATIONS: sanc, avec manuscrit ETAT: Bel exemplaire, Ref: 15.09.01. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Norman Fine Art Collection (normanfinearts) [Tallinn, EE]
2019-10-13 15:51:01
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-10-12 16:55:08
Luther, Martin / Rhein, Ludwig Pfalzgraff bey / Sachsen, Churfürst Augustus Herzog zu / Melanchthon, Philipp u. a.
Georgen Gruppenbach, 1577. Ledereinband der Zeit auf abgeschrägten Holzdeckeln (22 x 33 cm), Blindprägung der Deckel, fünf echte Bünde, Reste der ehemaligen Schließen, Spiegel und Vorsätze mit Namens- und Jahresangaben von alter Hand, Haupttitel zweifarbig mit großer gestochener Holzschnittvignette und drei weiteren reich verzierten einfarbigen Titelblättern innerhalb der Paginierung, ornamentale Initialen sowie kleine und große dekorative Holzschnittvignetten. 18 S. Vorrede, 12 S. Register. Erste Ausgabe. - Fortsetzung des Titels: Mit angeheffter / in Gottes Wort / als der einigen Richtschnur / wolgegründter Erklärung etlicher Artickel / bey welchen / nach D. Martin Luthers seligen absterben disputation und streit vorgefallen. Aus einhelliger vergleichung und Befehl obgedachter Churfürsten / Fürsten und Stände derselben Landen / Kirchen / Schulen und Nachkommen / zum Unterricht und Warnung in Druck vorfertiget. - In einer gestochenen schwarzen Kopfleiste ist das Wort Jehova in Hebräisch rot eingefügt. Ab S. 330 - 353 folgen: Die Namen der Theologen / Kirchen und Schuldiener / so sich im Churfürstenthumb Sachsen / dem vorgehenden Buch der Concordien unterschrieben. Des Weiteren ca. 7900 Namen (Vor- und Zuname sowie Ortsangabe ideal für genealogische Studien bis vor die Zeit des Dreißigjährigen Krieges). Verzeichnus der Zeugnissen heiliger Schrifft / und der alten reinen Kirchenlehrer. Wie dieselbigen von der Person / und Göttlichen Maiestetder Menschlichen Natur unsers HERRN Jesu Christi / zur Rechten der Allmächtigenkrafft Gottes eingesetzt / gelehret und geredt haben. - N … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Immanuel [Germany]
2019-10-10 02:40:06
Edition originale 1577 16 eme siècle livre ancien Latin ADRIANNI TURNEBI PHILOSOPHIAE M. ANTONII MURETI ET Aldi Manuty in eundem Horatium annot TITRE: ADRIANNI TURNEBI PHILOSOPHIAE LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Paris, 1577 COLLATION: 432 pages, complet FORMAT: (16 x 10,5cm x 2,5 cm) RELIURE: Reliures Cuir. ILLUSTRATIONS: sanc, avec manuscrit ETAT: Bel exemplaire, Ref: 15.09.01. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Norman Fine Art Collection (normanfinearts) [Tallinn, EE]
2019-10-06 10:11:06
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-09-29 23:48:37
Martin Luther
London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577. You are bidding on an extremely rare Lutheran book of great importance to the Protestant Reformation: A Commentarie of M. Doctor Martin Luther vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: first collected and gathered vvord by vvord out of his preaching, & novv out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the vnlearned. VVherein is set foorth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace... [London] : Diligently reuised, corrected, and nevvly imprinted againe by Thomas Vautroullier dvvelling vvithin the Blacke friers by Ludgate. Cum priuilegio, 1577. [a translation of: In Epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Galatas Commentarius] This is one of the very earliest editions of Luther published in England. In this case, an early modern English language edition printed in black letter, a Germanic looking font that some people refer to as 'gothic' (though that's technically a misnomer). This is the second edition that came out two years after the first printing. I've researched this particular edition for a few enjoyable hours and I've found very few worldcat holdings, which means this is a genuinely scarce book. I could not locate any 16th Century editions currently for sale on the international market. Like the Huntington Library copy from which electronic copies have been made, this one lacks the 'table' described on the title page. The actual text is complete. The 3/4 red leather binding is approximately 200 years old. I'll describe the overall condition in a moment, but first I want to draw your attention to a palimpsest of sorts. Though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rosedalebooks [Dallas, Texas, US]
2019-09-24 03:33:10
VILLEBOIS, Louis
Neoburgi [Neuchâtel], Toussaint du Pré, 1577. ______ Format : In-12. Collation : 58 pp. Reliure : Demi-maroquin rouge. (Reliure moderne.). ____ Première édition de cette histoire des sièges d'Ambert et d'Issoire en 1577. Louis Villebois donne le point de vue des protestants sur cet épisode sanglant de la Guerre des Religions. C'est le seul livre connu à l'adresse de Toussaint du Pré, à Neuchâtel. Une traduction a été publiée en 1982 avec une "reproduction en fac-similé de l'unique exemplaire connu" (sic). Ce livre semble donc rare... Bords intérieurs du titre et du dernier feuillet restaurés avec perte de lettres sur 4 lignes de la dernière page. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
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